Two Steps Past the Altar

Two Steps Past the Altar

by Patricia A. Bridewell

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BN ID: 2940155275244
Publisher: Patricia A. Bridewell
Publication date: 05/28/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 790 KB

About the Author

Patricia A. Bridewell’s mother handed her a book in early childhood, and her immersion into the lives of fictional characters led to a passion for reading. After journaling for a year, those notes transitioned to her first novel Reflections of a Quiet Storm published in 2009. Several years later, she and co-author Faatima Johnson wrote A Generation of Curses. The book has received positive reviews and won the 2013 Readers Favorite International Book Award in Christian Fiction, the 2014 International Book Award in African-American Fiction. The book also made the Best Seller list. Her short stories have appeared in multiple anthologies including the best selling anthology "Single Mama Dating Drama," published by Brown Girls Books. Patricia's next novel, Two Steps Past the Altar, will be released in summer 2018. Patricia holds an Associate of Science in Nursing from Los Angeles Southwest College, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Holy Names University, and a Master of Science in Nursing from Mount St. Mary’s University – Los Angeles. She is also a certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Patricia will finish a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certification Program in 2018. She is currently working as a Family Nurse Practitioner and holds Adjunct Nursing Professor positions at National University and Mount Saint Mary's University. She is a member of International Black Writers and Artists – Los Angeles, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing – NuXi Chapter, Council of Black of Nurses, Black Nurses Rock, California Association of Nurse Practitioners. Her church home is Greater Zion Church Family in Los Angeles, CA. She is a mother and grandmother. Above all, she loves the Lord.

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arlenadean More than 1 year ago
Title: Two Steps Past The Altar Author: Patricia A. Bridewell Publisher: Tymm Publishing LLC Reviewed By: Arlena Dean Rating: Five Review: "Two Steps Past the Altar" by Patricia A. Bridewell My Thoughts.... What a wonderful read this author bring out to the reader that will definitely keep you turning the pages to see what going to happen next in Sasha Edmond's life. We find her quite a hard motivated worker as a top sales rep for Wexel Pharmaceuticlas, Inc and having the love of her life her fiance, Damien Taylor why wasn't this enough for her? After Sasha find her fiance maybe cheating why does she break off their engagement before she really finds out if anything had happened? From this situation along with her mother being ill and needing a new medication why does she become so captivated with a wealthy pharmaceutical businessman by the name of Wesley Dunbar? Well, before all of this can be explained there is still a question and that is why did Sasha have trust issues with the men in her life from her father, fiance, and now another charmer? I loved how this author brings this story out so well in this read. How will this all turn out for Sasha as 'a surfeit of lies and deception will cause a web of mixed emotions?' The reader will get a well rounded story as we see things will change mightily for Sasha as she will finally be able to open her eyes to finally see what is going on all around her. From her job, friends, her father and even Damien it will be a delightful read in seeing Sasha change for the good as she journeys into maturity coming from 'betrayal, friendships, love interest, her family and career.' In the end the reader will get quite a good read from "Two Steps Past the Altar" which presents so well a wonderful story of 'redemption, forgiveness, friendship and love.'